Re: APT-GET Problems
On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 09:32:33PM -0700, tony mancill wrote:
> this isn't exactly a debian-security answer (but then again, I'm not sure
> that you've posed a debian-security question), but my recommendation is to
> use the apt-proxy package on "server" machine (you can even use
> apt-proxy-import to build your proxying "mirror" using the files you've
> already pooled). Then you set up your clients to pull packages from your
> apt-proxy box, which will transparently fetch anything asked of it and add
> the deb to its cache. You'll only pay once for the fetch, but have a copy
> from that point forward.
Or use squid to accomplish the same thing.
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